On Monday, Jeb Bush launched his presidential campaign, ending months of “speculation” and his unofficial candidacy. Instead of jumping into the race immediately, Bush took his time to build his campaign and fundraising infrastructure under the radar.
With a new presidential campaign comes a new logo that will symbolize what the campaign is going to be about. For Rand Paul, it is a torch that symbolizes liberty. For Hillary Clinton, it is her first initial with an arrow to symbolize progress. For Jeb Bush, it is his simply his name: Jeb!
Jeb’s logo, which many observe looks more like the title in the opening credits of a sitcom than a campaign logo, like all the other presidential campaign logos could not escape a response from the Internet — which doesn’t shy away from mockery, satire, or parody. Here are just a few of the latest iterations:
— Skip Gorham (@Deaconblue2) June 14, 2015
I went ahead and translated Jeb's logo into Spanish for him. Seems like a huge oversight. pic.twitter.com/3ljntvrJ9z
— Michael Deppisch (@deppisch) June 14, 2015
Now that I get the level of class the Jeb Bush campaign was going for in logo design, I've made something suitable pic.twitter.com/TurpxLAhgu
— Christina H (@americanwombat) June 14, 2015
Dennis! Kucinich approves of Jeb's new logo. pic.twitter.com/PXuLPG3DJX
— Henry J. Gomez (@HenryJGomez) June 14, 2015
really digging jeb bush's campaign logo pic.twitter.com/TpwwSaInt1
— Zainab Javed (@zrjaved) June 14, 2015
— Patrick Kelly (@PatGKelly) June 15, 2015
Jeb Bush's campaign logo looks like the noise a Batman punch would make. pic.twitter.com/GnRB2jzCOX
— Talmadge Blevins (@talign) June 14, 2015